Lunch & Learn
Fall 2013 luncheons were in September and October. Below you can see the variety of topics offered. Check back in late summer to see the Fall 2014 offerings.
Join us for a seven-week program for Administrative Support Staff. This is an opportunity to….
- Enhance your professional development and personal growth.
- Enjoy lunch with others in the community.
- Learn from presentations led by experienced leaders.
Sep 17, 12 – 1 pm
Do we understand the effects of our pharmaceutical and personal care products on our septic systems and water supply? Come learn more about this important topic. Presenter: Bill Hartsuff, Onsite Program Supervisor at the Elkhart County Health Department
Sep 24, 12 – 1 pm
In this session we will explore the elements of effective public speaking. Sooner or later, nearly all of us (introverts and extroverts alike) are called upon to get up in front of a group and deliver a speech, present a proposal, or give some other form of public talk. How can we prepare and deliver [...]
Oct 1, 12 – 1 pm
How do you know when you are at risk online? what should you do to protect yourself? Learn how to better protect your online activity and how to create and use stronger passwords. Learn some of the methods bad guys use to access your computer and your information. Presenter: Brad Blosser, Database Administration Manager
Oct 8, 12 – 1 pm
Connect to your files/business from multiple devices and access the applications and data that are crucial to your day-to-day operation. Working in the cloud can be a solution that is managed, offsite, protected, secure, and accessible. Presenter: Frank Caprino, Certified Microsoft Office Master Instructor
Oct 15, 12 pm
Denise will help us examine skills and strategies for creative ideas and innovative solutions to existing challenges that can be applied to your personal or professional life. Traditionally, business professionals have focused on the details and often work in isolation of corporte goals and strategies. Today we must not only understand the “big picture,” but [...]
Oct 22, 12 – 1 pm
Goshen City Court handles criminal misdemeanors, city ordinance violations and traffic infractions that occur in the City of Goshen. There are approximately 3,600 cases filed in Goshen City Court. Come learn more from a “judge’s eye-view.” Presenter: Judge Gretchen Lund
Oct 29, 12 – 1 pm
An adventure for the mind in Arts, Education, Religion and Recreation. The Chautauqua phenomenon began in the 1870′s in Chautauqua, New York, and holds an honored place in American history. Theodore Roosevelt called it “The most American thing in America.” Chautauqua is experiencing a renaissance, where people realize that lifelong learning is one of the [...]